Through Pinag-isang Lakas ng mga Samahan sa Casiguran (PIGLACSA), farmers in Casiguran forest-zone areas were given a training on Upland Farmers Sectoral Rights and Paralegal on February 22, 2020 to deepen their understanding on the implications of forest zones to natural resources and different tenancy laws such as Community-based Forest Management Agreement (CBFMA) and ISF.

A series of Legal Cliniquing and Technical Conference was held in Mauban and Atimonan on January 23 and 25, respectively, as a part of the Tanggol Kalikasan’s campaign for full development and widespread use of renewable energy technologies, particularly microrenewables.

In close coordination with Quezon’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources, 204 olive ridley sea turtle hatchlings were released by residents and members of Bantay Dagat in Brgy. Bignay II, Sariaya, Quezon on December 5, 2019. This was the second batch of hatchlings that were released in the area.

To provide assistance to families affected by the eruption of Taal Volcano, members of Tanggol Kalikasan organized a relief operation dubbed as Tulong Kalamidad which aims to distribute relief goods, hygiene kits and sleeping kits to evacuation centers.

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